The final color coat applied over fabric in the Ceconite/Randolph system. Available in 50 standard colors. Thin one to one with 9703 Butyrate thinner. One tinned gallon covers approximately 200 sq. ft with one coat.
Note:These samples are an approximate computer representation of the actual color and are to be used for reference only.
High Resolution Color Reference Chart
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This product is the best choice for modelers needing a cost effective alternative to expensive modeling finishes. I used white as a base for yellow dope on a vintage silkspan covering.
Using this butyrate color over white on vintage Stearman model. Much more cost effective than typical hobby products
This product works well for modeling using Randolph thinners, spraying.
Great color match! - always liked Randolph paints. Expect to order more!
Great coverage, great paint, great customer service. Cant get any better than this. Keep up the good work!
Great coverage and adhesion. Thinned with Randolph it sprays evenly and dries fast.
Product works as advertised.
Excellent service by Aircraft Spruce!!!
Back ordered originally, shipped, and recd. Might help to know in the future when back ordered matls could be expected but otherwise service was fine.
Item came from Atlanta all the way to San Diego and it was on schedule all the way. Perfect pairing
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Either Ranthane or Mark II.